Your question has a lot of variables. With respect to the selling process, typically...1) you list it, 2) a buyer makes an offer, 3) you negotiate terms until you have mutual acceptance, 4) unless it is an all cash offer with no contingencies, there will be a period of time that goes by in which buyer applies for a loan, performs an inspection, and carries out other activities related to the transaction, 4) an escrow agent closes the transaction (typically), and 5) you get your money. There is A LOT of documentation, organizing and planning that happens along the way. Most home buyers and sellers should definitely use a competent real estate broker or an attorney to help them through this complex and important transaction.
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I agree with the previous answer. I usually help sellers with negotiations, closing and solving issues related to closing. But every sale is different it will depend on how much time is required to finish your deal.
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